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Got ahold of an old Zotac GTX 670 4GB card, got to tweaking.

So far 1215mhz core (observed boost) @ 1.2v and 1750/3500/7000 memory. Even at 1.2v it struggles to get much above 1200 boost, it starts crashing at ~1240mhz core.

Pretty happy with it. At these clocks it has performance similar to an R9 380 and better performance than a GTX 960.
The 670 is still a good card. 1200mhz is nothing to be ashamed of.
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The 670 is still a good card. 1200mhz is nothing to be ashamed of.

Heh, I don't care that it tops out at ~1200. Cant beat the performance when I paid $50 for the card. It even plays a number of older games at 3840x2160 with decent FPS at high settings. Some newer games it struggles with a bit more than its contemporary competitors though. Not like an extra 100mhz will help there.

Cant say my GTX 470 provided performance this good this late in its life, even with a 50% overclock.
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